Tagged: Fisher

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Teknetics T2 Review and First Impressions (Info, Thoughts, Photos +)

Before I start off this review, I want to shortly have the attention of my Norwegian readers:   Før jeg starter denne anmeldelsen av Teknetics T2 metalldetektor, vil jeg bare kort henvende meg til mine norske lesere. T2 er en ganske undervurdert metalldetektor på det norske markedet. Den er en bestselger over alt, bortsett fra i Norge ettersom den først nylig ble introdusert til det norske markedet. T2 er forløperen til Fisher F75...

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Will The Fisher F44 Have Less Depth With A Big Coil Compared To Other Detectors? (Testing, Answer +)

Flipping through some forums about detecting, I came across one very interesting question. Its essence is that the Fisher F44 because of its power in 2 AA batteries, does not preform as well with a large coil as other detectors. Because of this I have 2 questions: How does a metal detector with a large coil lose in depth of detection when the charge in the batteries decreases? Did the engineers...

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Finding Silver With The Fisher F75! (Diggers story, Photos+)

The Fisher F75 is an amazing piece of technology, and truly my favorite detector. It is light, works perfect and it will do the job?. I have had very many good finds with it, but the most recent one is one of my favorites: Today, me and my friend decided to go out detecting, because there was such a nice weather, probably the first summer day here in Norway. We...

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The New 13″ Karma DD-Coil (Cockroach Vs. Spider)

Finally i received my long-awaited upgrade to my Fisher F75 – a huge 13-inch DD-coil. And the size of the thing! The look of the box and the coil deserve all five stars. The shape is round and quite stylish, it kind of resembles spider legs. The coil has a remarkable bolt fastener. You turn the bolt until it clicks, and then it stands in its place. This kind of fixation prevents the bolt...

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Starting The Season With The F75! (Amazing Find, Photos+)

Foggy spring morning in a field with the Fisher F75 The early spring in our Nordic country is characterized by low grass, cold weather and wind. Not too good weather, of course, but the northerners are not so easy to stop! I began to recall the places where to couldn’t detect in the sommer. The first stop I made was on a plowed field, where there used to be a little village,...

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Secret Technique For Identifying Iron Using Fisher And Teknetics Detectors (It Works!, Diggers Tips +)

The detecting season is already in full swing in some parts of the world, and therfore it is necessary to find and publish more tips and secrets about detecting so that each detectorists’ season begins productively and with a large number of finds! We share our secrets, the secrets of other fellow detectorists (who share them with us), and the secrets that we find in the Internet (and there are a lot of...

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New technology from Fisher/Teknetics coming this year?

  Recently, in Germany there was a major exhibition, IWA 2017. This is a huge exhibition of weapons, optics, gear and different Hobbies in the fresh air, mostly active, so metal detector manufacturers were also there. I was trying to find information on the results of the exhibition and i found some about the Fisher/Teknetics. As far as I know, Fisher/Teknetics constantly participates at this exhibition and traditionally announces new products or...

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Reviewing the Fisher F22! (Tips, Photos+)

The metal detector Fisher F22 is a welcome detector released in 2015. This detector is easy to use for both beginners & experts. Because the F22 has no complicated settings and adjustments, it is a simple, functional, quality and affordable metal detector. Of course, the Chinese metal detectors have some quality to them too, but the American detectors have a long history and has rightfully earned the trust of hundreds...

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Fisher in the mud (Raincovers for the Fisher?)

For me, the covers for Fisher (my Fisher F75) was particularly necessary, because I often dig in any weather, and my kit did not include this accessory. I got my cases through a friend of one craftsman who makes such things at home, and takes not as much as stores from the internet. Maybe it is pleasant to dig when it is hot on a dry lawn, but this happens...